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Dropping tanks from aeroplanes - the Soviet way [Video]
posted January 25 2012 17:23.46 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You can land on the field but this is not an option during a fight. You can unleash the helicopters to land tanks between the enemy lines, but this a dangerously slow procedure. Parachutes is an option, but how many parachutes for a 60 tons tank? Soviets need only one parachute for a successful landing, one parachute and some retro-rocket!!!



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Tags: rocket   flying machines   retro   insane   omg   crazy photo/video   warfare   knives/guns   
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